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It's All We Have

Happy 60th birthday jeff noel

Disney Institute Speaker jeff noel
Biking to Disney’s Wilderness Lodge this morning. (and hey, the upload issue wasn’t an issue)

How many reputations do you have?

Trick question.

If you live six decades, you’ve come in contact with many people.

How many reputations do you have?

Have you figured it out yet?

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Life Transition (Dec 2014)

Is it possible to live above reproach?

iPhone screen shot from prolific blogger

 

(photo: Writing and posting prolifically sort of definitely makes you transparent… it also induces intense self-reflection)

Reproach: To live with shame or disgrace.

Above reproach, the opposite of living with shame or disgrace..

Is this possible?

First, to be crystal clear, it doesn’t mean living without sin.

Living above reproach means something for elders to aspire to.

As leaders.

As teachers.

And always, which seems impossible, with deep humility, gratitude, and conviction.

The only, repeat only, way to know if it’s possible is to try.

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Every morning jeff writes five different, short, and pithy posts about the challenging and wonderful balance between:

mind • body • spirit • work • home

All five websites are seamlessly connected by a convenient and easy to click link to go to the next topic.

Try it below if you never done it, or if it’s been awhile.

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Rethink

A simple explanation why we are not who we say we are

sunset from jet plane
Yesterday, today, tomorrow – pick one to live in

 

We are what we do today, not what we say we’ll do tomorrow.

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One Question A Day?

Speak

What do you mean, actions speak louder than words?

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Yesterday’s answer: 1. Behave admirably 2. Serve others 3. Pursue excellence

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One Question A Day?

Tips

Dad, what are the top three things I can do to influence my reputation?

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Yesterday’s answer: It’s the first thing people think of when they hear your name.